|an early type of motion-picture projector in which photographs were placed within a rotating disk and viewed in quick succession|
|an abrupt break in the continuity of a scene created by editing out part of a shot or scene|
|—n , pl -ties|
|1.||the state or quality of being opaque|
|2.||the degree to which something is opaque|
|3.||an opaque object or substance|
|4.||obscurity of meaning; unintelligibility|
|5.||physics, photog the ratio of the intensity of light incident on a medium, such as a photographic film, to that transmitted through the medium|
|6.||logic, philosophy the property of being an opaque context|
opacity o·pac·i·ty (ō-pās'ĭ-tē)
The quality or state of being opaque.
An opaque or nontransparent area, as of the cornea.